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I love the amazing aromas and flavours of nature, creating teas and herbal blends for your (and my) sensory pleasure..

With these new Vitality teas, I explore how plants can help us, if just subtly, manage the stress of our daily lives. Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) … a flowering tree, native to Queensland rainforests, used traditionally in cooking and healing. Madame Flavour is co-funding research to better understand it’s health- giving properties.

Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata), which we commonly know as the passionfruit plant, is used in traditional herbology for its mild sedative effect to help with mild stress.
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What’s in it

Chamomile flowers, spearmint, lime flowers, lemongrass, lemon myrtle, lavender, licorice root, passionflower, blue cornflowers.

How to get the most out of it

Let me share my secrets to the perfect cup of tea… Place a pyramid in your favourite cup. Pour in heated, not boiling water (approx 85°). Infuse for 2 minutes and inhale the aromas as you slow down and anticipate that first satisfying sip.

Lemon Myrtle Leaf

I first discovered Australian lemon myrtle after joining the Prom Country Bush Foods Association and being introduced to the wonderful, emerging world of native Australian flavours. We would meet monthly in Leongatha, a group of passionate part-time growers, talking about how to bring these flavours to the broader Australian community, who knew little of them.

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Lemongrass

It works to source your lemongrass from Sri Lanka – that way we can pack it with the local ginger very quickly after it is dried and harvested to create a beautifully fresh tisane for you. We cut the long grass into lovely large pieces, to retain the essential oils for flavour, and so that…

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